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  1. 1. Models 2100, *Also includes information & instructions for Q & E models *QI ~ É? N, Espressimon. Espresso Cappuccino Machine 2400 & 61700 i4 / LO (l Operation and Instruction Manual Table of Contents Initial Preparation . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1 Warning Labels . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 2 Overview: Espresso and espresso-based drinks . ... . . . 2 How Espresso is made differently from regular brewed coffee . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 3 External machine parts 2100 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 4 External machine parts 2400 & 1700 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 5 Accessories . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 6 Installation . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 6 How to Brew Espresso . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 7 How to Froth Milk . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 8 How to Steam Milk . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 8 Care and Cleaning . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 9 Adjustments . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 11 Coffee Taste and Appearance Guide . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 12 Mechanical Guide . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 13 Plumbing Diagram . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 16 Wíring Diagrams . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 17,18, 19 Exploded Views 21 O0 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . . . 20, 21, 22 Exploded Views 2400 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . 23, 24, 25 Exploded Views 1700 . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 26, 27,28 Prior authorization must be obtained from Grindmaster for all warranty claims. TM GRINDMASTER CRATHCO SYSTEMS, INC. Printed in the U. S.A. © Grindmaster Crathco Systems, Inc. , 1994 Initial Preparation Warning: To prevent damage to machine, boiler must be filled with water before tuming main power switch on. l. Before operating the machine, please read the operation and instruction manual. 2. Needed for Installation: ° Access to cold water line with minimum of 30 P. S.I. pressure, drain, and heavy-duty grounded receptacle with its own breaker. Model 2100, 2400 & 1700 use 115V, 20 AMP receptacle. Q models use 230V (3 wire plus ground), 20 AMP receptacle. E models use 230V, 15 AMP receptacles with proper plug installed by customer. ' '/4" copper tubing ° (4) '/4" female flare fittings ' In-line water filter system! ' 3/4" ID flexible drain hose 3. Remove machine from carton and position machine in operating location. (Back legs are slightly longer on Model 2l00, allowing machine to tilt forward for draining. ) 4. At this point, please refer to Installation Instructions on Page 6. 5. If there is a problem, consult the Troubleshooting Guide in this manual. 6. lf you cannot correct a problem, call Grindmaster Crathco Systems” Hotline for help at 800-695-4500, Monday through Friday, 8 A. M. until 6 P. M.. EST. IMPORTANT Failure to use in-Iine water filter voids warranty! " Required to validate warranty. (See warranty for details. ) Grindmaster Crathco Systems, Inc. 4003 Collins Lane Louisville, KY 40245 USA (502) 425-4776 Technical Service (800) 695-4500 FAX (502) 425-4664 wwwgrindmastencom 0900 Form # ES-QSO-OS Part #560163
  2. 2. Warning Labels The following warning labels were on your espresso machine when it shipped from the factory. 'The labels should remain _ on the machine in good, readable condition at all times. lf one of your labels is missing or damaged, order a replacement f” label ímmediately. « DISCONNECT FROM POWER AND ALLOW ro cooL CAUTÍON¡ HOT SURFACES THOROUGHLY BEFORE SERVlClNG OR CLEANING #60188 CAUTION: HOT SURFACES ALL DISPENSER HEADS CAN BE HOT - CAN CAUSE BURNS - #601 87 Overview: Espresso and espresso-based drinks Espruso - A coffee beverage made by quickly extracting the heart of the coffee flavor under pressure in single servings. A single portion of espresso, brewed for 18-23 seconds, produces about 1V: to 2 ounces and is usually served in a small 2'/ a ounce, preheated espresso cup. Crema -The fine, foamy, golden brown extraction that is on the surface of the cup of espresso. Crema is a sign that all the j elements were right in producing the perfect cup of espresso. ' 3% "cute. »A Cappuccino- Usually l/3 espresso to 2/3 frothed milk, in a preheated Cappuccino mug. Some prefer to pour the espresso into the frothed milk in a cappuccino mug, while others pour or spoon the frothed milk over espresso. Cafe Latte (Italian) or Cafe au Lait (French) or Cafe con Leche (Spanish) - A single serving of espresso with steamed milk, roughly 'A espresso to “A milk. Frothed milk - The thick white foam created by placixig the steam wand into a pitcher of cold milk. Steamed milk - Milk that remains in liquid form, heated by the steam wand. There are several other espresso based drinks, including the addition of tlavorings and toppings. There are several recipe booklets available on the market today. Espresso Cup Cappuccino in glass mug Café Latte Mug Page 2 Model 21 00I2400I1700 Espresslmon,
  3. 3. Understanding Basic Concepts about Brewing Espresso Cold water ¡s ¡nret Valve Electrlcs/ l-leating Coil put under x pressure as Steam _is generated in the boiler to supply the “goes * R, q» _ steam wand. through pump ' ' ' Hot water flows to group head to brew espresso Motor powers the pump . Cold water becomes hot water as lnlet line ls routed through boiler. How espresso is made differently from regular brewed coffee Traditional coffee is brewed by hot water being poured through loose coffee grounds. With espresso, water is heated in an enclosed Chamber, then the water is forced quickly under pressure through ñne, compacted coffee grounds. Espresso can be made in either single or double servings. Correctly prepared espresso has a strong, potent coffee flavor and crema on the surface of the espresso. Finely ground coffee grounds are tamped into the filter holder. (See instructions on page 6.) Double Filter Holder with two cups Espresso Cappuccino Machine 93993
  4. 4. 2100 External Machine Parts , t1 l l. Gauge 2. Automatic Fill Light 1°- C°V°'Pa“°1 11. Heater Light 3. Hot Water Handle 12_ Steam Handle 4. Left Brew Switch 13. Main Power Switch 14. Right Brew Switch 5. Left Group Head 15. Right Group Head 6. Single Filter Holder _ 16. Double Filter Holder 7. Back Splash Panel 17_ Brain Traymasm 8. Hot Water Spout i 18_ Leg 19. Drain Fittin 9. Steam Wand g 1. Gauge - Indicates in 9.5.1 (lbs. per square inch) steam 10. Cover panel-«Slotted Stainless steel lid, lifts off top of pressure in boiler. machine. Slots release heat and are oñen used to warm 2. Automatic fill light-A red light. When lighted, cups befmc use' indicates that machine needs water in boiler. The light ll. Heater light-«An amber light. When lighted, indicates will flicker on and off as the boiler is ñlling with water. heating element is heating water in boiler. 3. Hot water handle-Pull down to dispense hot water 12. Steam handle-pull down handle to release steam from through hot water spout. steam wand. a 4. Left brew switch-When switched on, hot water is 13. Main power switch-Turns on power to machine. dispensed through the filter holder and into the cup. (Except “AUTOHLU”, which remains on at all times. ) 5. Left group head-Where hot water is pressurized l4. Right brew switch-When switched on, hot water is before going through filter holder. dispensed through the filter holder and into the cup. 6. Single filter holder-Handle and filter holder assembly 15. Right group head-Where hot water is pressurized for a single espresso serving. Filter holder is looked before going through filter holder. mm pla” “de” the gmup head' l6. Double filter holder-Handle and ñlter holder for two 7. Back splash panel single serving or one double espresso serving. Filter 8. Hot water Spout-Offers fresh, hot water by the cup for hdder i5 1°°k°d mm place under the gm” head' Cafe Americana, hot tea and cocoa. 17. Drain tray/ basin-Drain tray can be lifted for cleaning 9. Steam wand-Upon pulling steam handle, steam is mai” basin bem” tray' released from the steam Wand for steaming or ñ-othing i8. Leg-The machine rests on four legs. milk- l9. Drain titting-Should be connected to a permanent open drain with a 3/4" ID flexible hose. Page4 Model 2100/2400/1700 Espressimom
  5. 5. 2. Hot Water I-landle 3. Hot Water Spout 4. Filter Holder 5. Back Splash Panel 6. Draín Tray/ Basin 7. Leg Left Brew Switch-When switched on, hot water is dispensed through the filter holder and into the cup. (Not included on Model 1700.) Hot water Handle-Pull down to dispense hot water through hot water spout. Hot Water Spout-Oñers fresh, hot water by the cup for Cafe Americana, hot tea and cocoa. Filter Holder-Handle and filter holder assembly for a single espresso serving. Filter holder is locked into place under the group head (double filter holder is also available). Back Splash Panel Draín Tray/ Basin-Drain tray can be lífted for cleaning drain basin below tray. Leg--The machine rests on four legs. Left Group Head-Where hot water is pressurízed before going through filter holder. (One group head on Model 1700.) Cover Panel--Slotted stainless steal lid, liñs off top of machine. Slots release heat and are often used to warm cups before use. 1700 & 2400 External Machine Parts 10. Right Brew Switch 9. Cover Panel 8. Left Group Head 18. Filter Holder l 0. ll. 12. 13. 14. 15. l6. l8. Model 2400 11. Auto Fill Light 12. Gauge l7. Right Group Head Right Brew Switch-When switched on, hot water is dispensed through the filter holder and into the cup. Auto Fill Light-A red light. When lighted, indicate: : that machine needs water in boiler. The light will flicker on and off as the boiler is filling with water. Gauge-lndícates in P. S.I. (lbs. per square inch) steam pressure in boiler. Heater Light-An amber light. When lighted, indicates heating element is heating water in boiler. Steam Handle-Pull down handle to release steam from steam wand. Main Power Switch-Tums on power to machine. (Except "Auto Fill", which remains on at all times. ) Steam Wand-Upon pulling steam handle, steam is released from the steam wand for steaming or &othing milk. . Right Group Head-Where hot water is pressurízed before going through filter holder. (One group head on Model 1700.) Filter Holder-Handle and filter holder assembly for' a single espresso serving. Filter holder is looked into place under the group head (double filter holder is also available). Espresso Cappuccino Machine Page 5
  6. 6. Accessories The following accessories have been packed and shipped with the Espresso maker. Single Filter m Q Double Filter Single Filter Holder Double Filter Holder Blanklilter (no holes) ama *J Used for cleanlng (backwashing Wall" machine) Fine? installation Warning: To prevent damage to machine, boiler must be filled with water before tuming main power switch “ON”. 1. On models 2400 & 1700, screw on legs. 2. Connect drain hose to drain iittíng located at bottom, on fiont of machine. 3. Place flexible drain hose into a permanent drain. Make sure there are no obstructions or kinks. 4. lnstall water filter supplied with unit. Failure to use in- line water filter voids warranty. 5. Tum water ou and allow at least one gallon of water to flow through the tubing on the outlet side of the filter. This will flush out any foreign matter that may be present. When water runs clear shut water on'. 6. Connect copper tubing &om ñlter to the V4" flare inlet valve located undemeath the machine. 7. Tum main water supply valve ON. Check for leaks at tittings and connection points. 8. Fully open machine valve on V4" flare inlet by tuming counterclockwise. 9. Flush heat exchanger by pulling the hot water handle down and running water through the hot water spout. (Dispense approximately '/ z-l gallon of water. ) 10. Check to make sure main switch is OFE, then plug machine into a grounded receptacle. Models 2100, 2400, 1700 use 115V, 20 AMP receptacle. Q Models use 230V (3 wire plus ground) 20 AMP receptacle. E models use 23 OV, 15 AMP receptables with proper plug installed. 11. Although the main switch is err, when machine is plugged in, the red light labeled “AUrol-*IIU will light up. Water will be heard filling the boiler for three to tive minutes. 12. When the “ALIIOHIL” light is no longer on, the boiler has filled. 13. Flip the main power switch to the “oN" position. (Do not tum on until machine has completely filled. ) 14. Flush the group heads by turning both brew switches on. Let water nm for approximately one minute. 15. When the main power switch is placed in the “ON” position, the amber indicator light-the heater light- will also go on. The amber light indicates that the heating element is on, heating water in the boiler to produce steam pressure. The amber light will go out when steam pressure increases to approximately 20 P. S.I. Steam pressure decreases as steam is released to &oth or steam milk, warm cups, etc. When steam pressure decreases to approximately l7 P. S.I. , the heater light again becomes lit, indicating that the heating element is again hearing water to increase steam pressure to approximately 20 9.5.1. H5V. ?0AMP Receptacle s. . Pel Draln ' Du" m” WDHeMbleDrohHese 16. It will take 30-40 minutes for water in machine to fully heat upon initial installation, depending on temperature of water source. l7. Cord retainers have been provided to enable power cord and water line to be lifted off of the counter. To install, push cord retainers into mounting holes on bottom panel as shown. Snap cord and water line into cord retainer. Important Note about Vacuum Breaker The Vacuum breaker, located under the cup warmíng area on the top of' the machine, will vent air and steam to the cup warmíng area upon start-up. If the Vacuum breaker does not close, then excessive steam will vent to the cup warming area. To correct this, remove the cover from the machine and tap the top of the vacuum breaker. Page 6 Model 2100/2400/1700 Espressimom lã É a
  7. 7. How to Brew Espresso Before You Start: Use fresh coffee beans. Select a roast made especially for espresso. The grind of the coffee is very important in making a good cup of espresso. Proper espresso grind is a texture like fine gmins of sand. A grínd like a powder is too ñne. Your espresso machine is "pod compatiblef'. A “pod” is a small self-contained paper filter which contains one serving of pre-ground, pre-measured espresso roast coffee. Check with your coffee vendor for availability. This step-by-step example is for brewing a single cup of espresso. 5. Attach filter holder to the group head by lining up tabs on filter holder with slots in group head. Push the filter holder finnly into place and lock in by rotating left to right. l. Insert single filter into i single filter holder. 2. Add approximately 7 grams of coffee to the filter holder. (Grinderl doser and measuring spoons are available &om Grindmaster. ) 6. Place a preheated espresso cup under the filter holder. Tum "on" the appropriate brew switch for 18 to 23 seconds, then tum off the brew switch. Espresso will flow out at a slow, stcady rate. Each 1% to 2 oz cup of' properly made espresso will have a fine layer of Crema on the surface of the espresso. 3. Lightly tamp and level the grounds with even pressure. (Do not "pack" WARNING: Never open or coffee into the filter. ) remove ñlter holder when pressurízed in group head or when brew switch is “ou”. 7. Wait a few seconds for pressure to release. Then unlock the ñlter holder by rotating right to left, then down and out. Dump the 4_ Wipe m. brush away any used grounds out of the filter excess grounds on the hdder' rim of the filter holder. Espresso Cappuccino Machine Page?
  8. 8. How to Steam Milk 1. Before steaming milk, point steam wand over drain pan and pull steam handle all the way down. This releases any moisture which may have collected inside the steam How to Froth Milk Before You Start: Froth milk in a Stainless steel pitcher. In the process of nothing, the milk will double or triple in volume, so be sure steam wand into the milk. Pull the steam handle 3/4 reaches the boiling point. (It should take no longer than 15-20 seconds to steam one cup of milk. ) to use a pitcher large enough to accommodate the increased Wand- volume. Cold milk will froth more easily than milk a1 room tempefame- 2. Snbmerge the tip of the steam _ wand into the middle of the l. Before &othing milk, point steam wand over drain pan ¡tcher of mm¡ and un the . P P and pull steam handle all the way down. This releases steam handle a1¡ the way any moisture which may have collected inside the steam down_ Heat mm( to the à Wand- desired temperanne. Do not _ scald milk by steaming too m_ Place half °f the “P 0¡ me long. Milk is scalded once it ' 3. Slowly move the ítcher u °ffh° Way dm*- Fmth** and down, but kelep the n: milk will start to form as submerged_ long as the tip of the steam wand is half submerged in the surface of the milk. (It should take no longer than 10-15 seconds to &oth one cup of milk. ) Slowly move the pítcher up 4. Some cafe latte drinkers like and 110W” Whüe keePing a slight amount of foam on the tip of the steam wand top of their steamed milk_ near the surface of the To do this, bring the top half &Othed milk The amount of the steam tip out of the Of 303164 milk WÍÍÍ milk for a few seconds, then continue to increase. submerge steam wand back into the milk This will create lioth. Tum off steam. Remove steam wand ñom 5. The remaining milk can be milk. steamed/ heated by submergíng the wand into the remaining milk. Tum off steam while tip of steam wand is still submerged. Note: Be careful not to scald milk. This may occur if milk is steamed too long. 5. Important: After steaming milk and removing pitcher írom steam wand, point steam wand over drain pan and pull steam handle all the way down. This expels any milk which may be in the steam wand. Wipe excess milk off steam wand, immediately alter every steaming. 6. Important: Añer fiothing milk and removing pitcher from steam wand, point steam wand over drain pan and pull steam handle all the way down. This expels any milk which may be in the steam wand. Wipe excess milk off steam wand, immediately after every steaming. Page 8 Model 2100/2400/1700 Espressimo" nas-w uk vir3:. :.«vv. ru. ~.. r.. ›6)nà5:, -.›y . uma. . w
  9. 9. Care and Cleaning Daily Cleaning Weekly Cleaning Backwashing Group Heads Baekwaishing with Espresso Cleaner l. Remove filter holders ñom machine. l. Follow the daily backwash procedure, except alter step 2. Tum on both brew switches. This will flush residual “mbel 4' ñllthe ? mlk mt" “th “E” “em” um grounds and impurities out of the group heads. °l°°“°'_°' whlte "mega 3. Remove the ñlter &om the filter holder. 2' Anel' bwkwashlng with the deaner' make su” all detergents are cleaned away as the following procedures indicate: A. Remove filter holders and rinse clean. B. With filter holders off, flush both group heads by tuming on brew switches for 15 seconds. C. Backwash both group heads with clean water. (See 4. Insert a blank ñlter (no holes) into the filter holder. step numbers 5-8 under “Backwashinz group 5. Lock the ñlter holder into the group head. heads' ) 6. Tum on the brew switch for 15 seconds. Cleaning the Steam Wand TÍP Unscrew the tip &om the steam wand and clean thoroughly inside. A wire can be used to clean the holes in the steam Back Smash pane¡ wand tip. Replace tip when clean. Tll' "f 5mm" wa” Holes in Steam Wand Tip 7. Alter tuming off the switch, look under the drain tray cleanlng Flltel' H°lder3 wlth E5Pre55° for the water being expelled from the exhaust pipe. Cleaner 3_ Repeat steps 5 and 7, Wee times en each gmup head_ Remove the stainless steel filter from both ñlter holders. (Filter holders do not need to be removed between Wash l3°tll llllel? “ld Eliel' ll_°lll°l'3 wltll “Pres” °l°all°l repetiüone) detergent, then rmse clean with water. 9. Remove filter holders and tum on brew switches to cbanmg the Bram Bash¡ tl h . us water thrqugh Remove drain tray. Tum on both brew switches for 15 10. Remove blank filter &om the filter holder and replace seconds wimout Ene¡ homem ü¡ piece_ Tum machine og' wltll slngl° °l d°llbl° ñltel- and allow to cool tliorouglily (ovemight). Wipe out the ckanmg Externa¡ Surfaces drain basin with a damp cloth and espresso cleaner. Replaee Wipe all extemal surfaces clean with a damp cloth. Never drain tray' use abrasive cleaners. Rinse filters and ñlter holders with hot water then wipe clean with a damp cloth. Cleaning the Steam Wand Wipe the steam wand clean and let it soak in a glass of water ovemight, then wipe clean again. Never scrape the steam wand. Cleaning the Drain Remove the drain tray. Tum on both brew switches for 15 seconds without ñlter holders in place. Replace drain tray. Espresso Cappuccino Machine Pageñ
  10. 10. Care and Cleaning Monthly Cleaning Clean Group Head, Strainer and Group Head Gasket l. Pry out slrainer and gasket. Clean strainer and gasket. Wipe and clean group head. Reinstall the strainer. Reinstall gasket. (Note: There are numbers molded onto one side of the gasket. Insert gasket with numbers facing up. ) Make sure gasket is positioned ín place. PPP! ” Group Head Strainer Group Head Gasket Yearly Cleaning Inspection, testing, and repair ol' this espresso machine, including the following procedures should only be performed by a qualified service technician. - Replace head gaskets annually. - Clean group strainer, replacing if necessary. - Flush heat exchanger by running water through the hot water spout and check for proper flow. - Check steam pressure to be approximately 17-20 r. s.1. - Check group head pressure to be approximately 125 P. S.I. - Empty the Boiler The following is proper procedure for emptying and replacing water in the boiler. 1. Tum on and unplug machine. 2. Turn pressure down to 0 P. S.I. by directing the steam wand over the drain pan and pulling down the steam handle. 3. Take out main heater by removing four bolts and disconnect the two wire terminais. 4. Check for buildup on heater. De-lime or replace heater if necessary. 5. Siphon water out of the boiler and check for clarity. Reñll with water. 6. Cover the heater terminal wires with electrical tape. 7. With main power switch of machine on, plug in machine. 8. Boiler will begin to ñll. Check for ñll time of 3 to S minutes. Look for proper water level to be about 3 inches ñ-om the top of boiler. 9. Repeat as necessary. 10. If all is correct, unplug and reinstall heater using a new heater gasket. - Clean Pump Suainer Tum on and unplug machine. Tum on? water supply. Remove slrainer bolt. Remove strainer and clean. Reinstall strainer. 6. Turn on water. - Plug in. Make sure boiler is ñlled ("AUTO mu. " light will be err. ) Tum machine ON. - Check for proper brew levels. PFPN? Page 10 Model 21 0012400117011 Espresslmou
  11. 11. *xt-KW Adjustments Inspection, testing, and repair of this espresso machine, including the following procedures should only be performed by a qualiñed service technician. How to Adjust the Pressure Control l. Tum orr and unplug machine. l. How to Adjust the Pump Pressure Turn off and unplug machine and shut off water supply. 2. Remove cover panel. Locate pressure control at the top rear portion of the machine above the pump. Pressure control 2. Locate small closed nut bolt on pump. 3. Loosen nut that secures the pressure control and pull pressure control off the screw. 3. Loosen and remove bolt. Undemeath it you will ñnd the adjustment screw. r w¡ 4. Locate the open hole with the screw slot in the back of the pressure control (The part of the pressure control that was facing the chassis). 4. To adjust, tum the screw clockwise to raise pressure or counterclockwise to lower pressure. One half tum equals approximately 10 PSl. Reinstail bolt. Tum on water. Open hot water spout to flush our air in line. FSP? " Plug machine in and check for proper group head pressure, using a pressure gauge on the ñlter holder. Pressure should be approximately 125 PSI. If the pressure rate is fluctuating erratically, check for enatic water pressure coming to machine. Install a water pressure regulator if needed. 5. With a ñne flat screw driver carefully adjust the pressure control by inserting screw driver in slot and tuming clockwise to raise pressure or counterclockwise 9° to lower pressure. One half tum equals approximately 5 P. S.I. 6. Reinstall and check machine for proper pressure as follows: a. Plug machine in. The yellow heater light will tum on. b. Watch for the yellow heater light to tum off. This is the high pressure setting (high pressure setting should be set at approximately 20 PSI). c. Open the steam wand. Watch for the yellow heater light to tum on again. This is the low pressure setting. The low pressure setting will be within a 3 PSI Range of the high pressure setting. 7. Repeat steps 3›6 if needed. Espresso Cappuccino Machine Page 11
  12. 12. Coffee Taste and Appearance Guide Several factors may añect the taste and appearance of a cup of espresso: neon¡ ü Time - allow a single cup of espresso to brew approximately 18-23 seconds. Amount of coffee - use approximately 6 to 8 grams per serving. Grind texture - use an espresso fme grind. Tamp - coffee in filter holder should be lightly tamped/ leveled. Freshness of coffee - use only fresh coffee. Water quality - an approved water ñlter should be used to improve water quality. Water temperature - Water should be at the correct brewing temperature. If your results are less than satisfactory, check the following guide. Check each solution separately. serving sizes in the Trouble Shooting Guide are for a single serving (l'/ z oz. - 2 oz. ) of espresso made with the single filter holder. Possible cause í Page CoEee brewing too slowly. CoEee brewing too quickly. Little or no Crema. Espresso not hot enough. Coffee taste unsatísfactory. 12 Coffee packed too tightly in Grind texture is too ñne. Used too much coffee. Not enough coffee used. Grind texture is too coarse. Coffee tamp is too light. Not enough coffee used. Grind texture is too coarse. Coffee camp is too light. Diamcter of cup is too wide. Coffee not fresh Water did not reach correct brewing temperature. Filter holder and/ or cups were not prehcared. No water filter used or water filter needs to be changed. Amount and/ or texture of coffee needs adustment. Use a líghter camp. Use a coarscr grínd. Use less coffee. Use more coffee. Use a fíner grind. Use a ñrtner amp. Use more coEee. Use a ñner grind. Use a firmer temp. Use a small diameter espresso cup. Use frahly ground coffee from fre fresh whole beans. Wait for machine to reach at least 10 PSI on pressure gauge. If machine does notrench 10 PSI within 30 minutes, refer to mechanical guide in this manual. Preheat filter holder and mp3 with top cup warmer or hot water tap. Install water ñlrer or change cartridge in existing filter. Adjust amount and/ or grind texture of coffee as needed. Model 2100/240011700 Espresslmom
  13. 13. Mechanical Guide Inspection, testing and repair of this espresso machine, including the following procedures should only be performed by a qualiñed service technician. Warning: O Use extreme caution when working around hot surfaces and when servicing electrical equipment. O Disconnect espresso machine from power outlet when servícing, except when specified. O Replace all protective panels, covers and warning labels. . | Possnbre cause í¡ O Check to make sure machine is ~ O No power to machine. turned on and plugged in. No steam from steam wand. Check outlet has power with latnp or radio. Check main circuit breaker. Remove tip of steam wand and clean thoroughly. O Steam wand clogged. No pressure on gauge. See section on no pressure. Machine is not reaching full Check for steam leaks. pressure and yellow heater light is continuously on. Repair leaks. Check for water leakíng from group heads or exhaust pipe in drain basin. Refer to section on leaking group heads. Machine is not reaching full pressure and yellow heater light is not on. Check for accuracy of gauge. Replace gauge if' faulty. Adjust pressure control or replace if faulty. Pressure control needs adjustment. Check for dry steam. lf steam is dry, then replace pressure control. Too much pressure (Pressure control is set for 17 to 20 PSI). Faulty pressure control. Check steam - ifwatcry, refer to "steam too watery". Adjust level of float switch, aligning the lines on the tube and fitting. Tighten fitting. Reduce water level by releasing steam until _ red light comes on. Note: disconnect machine from power before re lacín or ad'ustin . Steam is too watery. Float switch operating at improper level. Espresso Cappuccino Machine Page 13
  14. 14. »minu- . ... ... ;§, .., ,' 4 _ m_ < , w 440w¡ p_ , _sua_ _hmmu , , _ n. .. ..w. ... .._. .i. ... . . nas_ . -.-. ... ... .;, .«. ... .N . .rm. ««. ..w: u.. m.»~›w›wr. u a Mechanical Guide (Continued) Possible cause m, e Steam too watery. (continued &om previous page) No pressure on gauge. Machine will not operate. G Faulty float switch. Leaking two-way inlet solenoid. No power to machine. Unplug machine then check for lóose wires on main switch, pressure control and heatets. If heater light is not on and there is electricity to the pressure control, control may be faulty. If heater light is on and the group heads are hot, heater may be faulty. lf heater light is not on and there is no electricity to pressure control, main power switch may be faulty. No power to machine. If float switch is at correct level (lines are alígned on tube and fitting) and red light stays on continuously, then replace float switch. Note: Disconnect machine &om power before replacing or adjusting. If red autoñll light is nã', check if two-way solenoid is lcaking. Note: Machine must have 0 pressure before disconnecting the fitting past the two-way solenoid valve. If ñtting is leaking water, then replace the two-way solenoid. It should normally be closed. Check to make sure machine is tumed on and plugged in. Check outlet has power with lamp or radio. Check main circuit breaker. Reconnect loose wires. Replace pressure control if faulty and check machine. Replace main heater if faulty and check for cause of heater failure. Replace main power switch if faulty and check machine. Check to make sure machine is tumed on and plugged in. Check to verify outlet has power with lamp or radio. Check main circuit breaker. _ If you still need help, call our service department (1--800-695-4500 or 502-425-4776) or an authorized service center in your area. Please have the model and serial number ready so that accurate information can be given. Page 14 Model 21001240011700 Espressimom
  15. 15. Mechanical Guide (Continued) Possiblecause É O No water (check by opening hot water spout). ' O See section on "no water to machine". Brew cycle will not start or water does not come out. O Flow restrictor/ doser in group head is clogged. O Clean or replace if needed. Improper filter in filter holder or clogged filter. Check to be sure filter (with holes) is being used and is not clogged. l Clean if needed. Spray deflector or group strainer is clogged. Check to verify spray deflector or group suainer is not clogged. Clean or replace if needed. Switch or solenoid valve faulty. O If only one side is not working, check to see if switch or solenoid valve has failed. Replace if needed. O Check to be sure all water valves are open (Machine valve, water ñlter valve, main supply valve). No water to machine (check by O Water supply valve closed. opening hot water spout). Water filter may be clogged. O Shut off valve preçeding filter. g Open filter housing. Open valve to check if water comes out. Replace ñlter if needed. See section on "no water to machine". Red autofill light stays on Water is off. continuously. Open hot water spout. If water flow i is weak, slow or steamy, check for ' closed valves or partially opened valves. Check for clogged ñlter, interruptions to water supply line or other appliances using water that ' may be reducing water pressure. Water pressure too low (minimum pressure should he 25 PSI). Faulty float switch. Open steam wand. If steam is . watery, see section on "steam is too ' watery". O Back wash with Cleaner several times. If problem continues, replace solenoid. Water leaking from group head or exhaust pipe in drain basin. O Solenoid stuck open. Water leaking from opposite side ot' group head in use. O Too much pressure. O Adjust pump to 125 P. S.I. O Weakened solenoid springs. O Replace solenoid valve if needed. Espresso Cappuccino Machine 939915
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    Oct. 24, 2016

Espressimo 2100, 2400 & 1700 User Manual

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